John Colly; died at home. James Colly; living. Charles Collier; died at home. Frank Carter; died at home. Robert Carter; died at home. W. S. Courtney, captured at Petersburg, June 15, 1864; living. Levi Carlton; died at home. William B. Carlton; living. Ira Carlton; died at hospital. Junius A. Davis; died at home. Joseph A. Davis; living. Albert Davis; died at home. Robert D. Diggs; living. John Donavan; living. Joseph S. Estis; dead. Frank B. Estis; died at Eimira, N. Y. Archy H. Eubank; living. Dunbar Edwards; died at hospital. Alfred Edwards; killed at Petersburg, June 15, 1864. John H. Eager; living. Richard Garrett; died at Elmira, N. Y. Thomas C. Garrett, captured at Petersburg, June 15, 1864; died at home. Augustus Garrett; living. John Gaines; died at home. Ben. Groom; died at hospital. George Gibson; killed at Howlett House, May 18, 1864. John C. Gibson; living. Adolphus Gibson; killed at Petersburg, May 18, 1864. B. E. Guthrie; died at home. Charles H. Huckstep; died at hospital. Allen Hilliard; died at home. William H. Hurtt; died at Elmira, N. Y. William Hogg; died at home. Joseph N. Knapp; living. Joseph Landrum; died at Soldiers' Home. Myrick Newcomb; died at Elmira, N. Y. William A. Murphy; died at hospital. John Marshall; died at Elmira, N. Y. Joseph G. Norman; living. Richard Ogleby; died at Elmira, N. Y.
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The Ladies' Confederate Memorial Association Listens to a masterly oration by Judge Charles E. Fenner .
Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson .
A paper read by Charles M. Blackford , of the Lynchburg Bar , before the Tenth annual meeting of the Virginia State Bar Association , held at old Point Comfort, Va. , July 17 - 19 , 1900 .
An address delivered before A. P. Hill Camp Confederate Veterans , by ex-governor William Evelyn Cameron , at Petersburg, Va. , January 19th , 1901 .
General Sherman 's conduct.
Butler 's order.
Surprise and consternation.
Conflict of the Sixth Massachusetts regiment with citizens.
Our torpedo boat. [ Cleveland plain dealer , August , 1901 .]
Extract from a reunion speech delivered by Governor Taylor .
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